Final Scores and Earnings from the Players Champ

By Golf Channel NewsroomMarch 29, 2004, 5:00 pm


The Players Championship
Purse $8,000,000
TPC at Sawgrass
Par 72

Adam Scott 1 65-72-69-70 276 $1,440,000.00
Padraig Harrington 2 68-70-73-66 277 $864,000.00
Phil Mickelson T3 70-69-70-71 280 $416,000.00
Kenny Perry T3 69-71-69-71 280 $416,000.00
Frank Lickliter II T3 69-71-68-72 280 $416,000.00
Jay Haas T6 72-73-70-66 281 $268,000.00
Kevin Sutherland T6 66-69-73-73 281 $268,000.00
Jerry Kelly T6 69-66-74-72 281 $268,000.00
Shaun Micheel 9 70-76-69-67 282 $232,000.00
Fred Funk T10 73-71-68-71 283 $200,000.00
Bob Burns T10 67-72-72-72 283 $200,000.00
Paul Casey T10 72-70-69-72 283 $200,000.00
Craig Parry T13 74-72-64-74 284 $154,666.66
Stephen Ames T13 75-69-72-68 284 $154,666.67
Vijay Singh T13 70-68-72-74 284 $154,666.67
Tom Byrum T16 74-71-71-69 285 $116,000.00
Woody Austin T16 76-69-66-74 285 $116,000.00
Paul Stankowski T16 73-70-66-76 285 $116,000.00
Tiger Woods T16 75-69-68-73 285 $116,000.00
Geoff Ogilvy T16 73-70-72-70 285 $116,000.00
Matt Kuchar T16 74-67-71-73 285 $116,000.00
J.P. Hayes T22 72-73-72-69 286 $80,000.00
Glen Day T22 71-75-67-73 286 $80,000.00
Thomas Bjorn T22 67-76-73-70 286 $80,000.00
Stewart Cink T22 70-73-74-69 286 $80,000.00
Steve Elkington T26 69-76-70-72 287 $56,800.00
John Huston T26 72-71-71-73 287 $56,800.00
Jeff Sluman T26 69-70-73-75 287 $56,800.00
Scott Verplank T26 68-75-73-71 287 $56,800.00
Ernie Els T26 68-69-72-78 287 $56,800.00
Cameron Beckman T26 70-71-72-74 287 $56,800.00
Darren Clarke T26 71-74-73-69 287 $56,800.00
Davis Love III T33 77-68-70-73 288 $39,644.44
Jeff Maggert T33 73-73-70-72 288 $39,644.45
Len Mattiace T33 74-69-74-71 288 $39,644.45
Corey Pavin T33 74-67-74-73 288 $39,644.45
Robert Allenby T33 71-73-70-74 288 $39,644.44
Jesper Parnevik T33 72-71-73-72 288 $39,644.45
Alex Cejka T33 69-71-73-75 288 $39,644.44
Briny Baird T33 71-74-70-73 288 $39,644.44
Ian Poulter T33 70-73-71-74 288 $39,644.44
Brad Faxon T42 70-75-73-71 289 $24,087.27
Scott Hoch T42 70-71-77-71 289 $24,087.28
David Peoples T42 72-72-73-72 289 $24,087.27
Nick Price T42 75-69-73-72 289 $24,087.27
Pat Bates T42 73-73-73-70 289 $24,087.28
Brett Quigley T42 73-73-69-74 289 $24,087.27
Colin Montgomerie T42 73-73-73-70 289 $24,087.28
Justin Leonard T42 75-69-72-73 289 $24,087.27
Chad Campbell T42 75-69-71-74 289 $24,087.27
Rory Sabbatini T42 73-68-75-73 289 $24,087.27
K.J. Choi T42 67-79-69-74 289 $24,087.27
Tim Petrovic T53 71-72-74-73 290 $18,432.00
Matt Gogel T53 72-71-70-77 290 $18,432.00
Scott McCarron T53 76-70-69-75 290 $18,432.00
Shigeki Maruyama T53 70-73-74-73 290 $18,432.00
Sergio Garcia T53 68-73-72-77 290 $18,432.00
Todd Hamilton T58 71-72-76-72 291 $17,360.00
Billy Mayfair T58 76-70-70-75 291 $17,360.00
Joe Durant T58 74-71-72-74 291 $17,360.00
Carlos Franco T58 74-70-74-73 291 $17,360.00
Rod Pampling T58 73-71-72-75 291 $17,360.00
John Senden T58 73-72-70-76 291 $17,360.00
Heath Slocum T58 73-73-72-73 291 $17,360.00
Justin Rose T58 73-73-70-75 291 $17,360.00
Mark Calcavecchia T66 71-72-72-77 292 $16,240.00
Loren Roberts T66 73-70-79-70 292 $16,240.00
Craig Stadler T66 70-76-74-72 292 $16,240.00
Spike McRoy T66 74-71-75-72 292 $16,240.00
Arron Oberholser T66 73-73-75-71 292 $16,240.00
Ben Crane T66 71-72-71-78 292 $16,240.00
Nick Faldo T72 71-75-71-76 293 $15,600.00
Tom Pernice, Jr. T72 72-71-70-80 293 $15,600.00
Joey Sindelar T74 73-70-73-78 294 $15,200.00
Duffy Waldorf T74 66-73-71-84 294 $15,200.00
Brandt Jobe T74 68-75-76-75 294 $15,200.00
Bernhard Langer T77 71-74-73-77 295 $14,800.00
Bob Tway T77 69-71-78-77 295 $14,800.00
John Daly 79 69-73-76-80 298 $14,560.00
Peter Jacobsen 80 72-73-71-83 299 $14,400.00
Greg Norman T81 72-73-77-79 301 $14,160.00
Hidemichi Tanaka T81 72-71-74-84 301 $14,160.00
Neal Lancaster 83 72-71-80-79 302 $13,920.00

Missed Cut
Lee Janzen CUT 75-72 147
Skip Kendall CUT 73-74 147
J.L. Lewis CUT 74-73 147
Kirk Triplett CUT 71-76 147
Cliff Kresge CUT 71-76 147
Paul Lawrie CUT 74-73 147
Jonathan Kaye CUT 76-71 147
Stuart Appleby CUT 71-76 147
Patrick Sheehan CUT 74-73 147
John Rollins CUT 72-75 147
John Riegger CUT 74-74 148
Gene Sauers CUT 74-74 148
David Toms CUT 73-75 148
Esteban Toledo CUT 71-77 148
Todd Fischer CUT 72-76 148
Brenden Pappas CUT 77-71 148
Ben Curtis CUT 75-73 148
Luke Donald CUT 72-76 148
Pat Perez CUT 73-75 148
Jonathan Byrd CUT 73-75 148
Robert Gamez CUT 70-79 149
Tom Lehman CUT 74-75 149
Mike Weir CUT 74-75 149
Craig Perks CUT 70-79 149
Robert Damron CUT 76-73 149
J.J. Henry CUT 74-75 149
Bob Estes CUT 72-78 150
Jose Maria Olazabal CUT 76-74 150
Steve Stricker CUT 73-77 150
Steve Flesch CUT 76-74 150
Dean Wilson CUT 75-75 150
Notah Begay III CUT 72-78 150
Charles Howell III CUT 75-75 150
Tim Clark CUT 73-77 150
Carl Pettersson CUT 75-75 150
Tommy Armour III CUT 75-76 151
Hal Sutton CUT 74-77 151
Chris DiMarco CUT 74-77 151
Kent Jones CUT 74-77 151
Steve Allan CUT 76-75 151
Fredrik Jacobson CUT 73-78 151
Brian Davis CUT 77-74 151
Rich Beem CUT 71-80 151
Fred Couples CUT 74-78 152
Chris Smith CUT 77-75 152
Retief Goosen CUT 77-75 152
Jeff Brehaut CUT 77-76 153
Mark Brooks CUT 78-76 154
David Frost CUT 76-78 154
Steve Lowery CUT 76-78 154
Tim Herron CUT 76-78 154
Chris Riley CUT 75-79 154
Stephen Leaney CUT 78-76 154
Hank Kuehne CUT 72-82 154
Jay Williamson CUT 77-78 155
Peter Lonard CUT 80-75 155
Aaron Baddeley CUT 74-81 155
Richard S. Johnson CUT 75-80 155
Billy Andrade CUT 76-80 156
Glen Hnatiuk CUT 78-78 156
Harrison Frazar CUT 77-79 156
David Gossett CUT 79-77 156
Craig Barlow CUT 81-78 159
Brent Geiberger W/D 75 75
Trevor Immelman W/D
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    The Social: G.O.A.T., after G.O.A.T., after G.O.A.T.

    By Jason CrookJanuary 23, 2018, 6:00 pm

    Tom Brady compares himself to Tiger Woods, who coincidentally is returning to the PGA Tour this week, Jordan Spieth hangs out with some decent company and kids these days ruffle some feathers with their friendships.

    All that and more in this week's edition of The Social.

    Well, it’s finally Farmers Insurance Open week and Woods has been spotted practicing for his official return to the PGA Tour on Thursday.

    Some thought this day might never come after a 2017 filled with mostly downs for the 14-time major champ.

    But as he has taught the golf world time and time again, you just can't count Tiger out.

    So even as Jon Rahm attempts to overtake Dustin Johnson for No. 1 in the world this week at Torrey Pines, all eyes will be on one of the greatest we've ever seen do it, even if that guy is ranked No. 647 in the world.

    Speaking of greatness …

    There’s not many who can just offhandedly compare themselves to Tiger, but if anyone gets a pass, it’s Tom Brady.

    The 40-year-old New England Patriots quarterback led his team back to the Super Bowl for the second straight year despite playing the AFC title game with a cut on his throwing hand.

    When asked about it after the Patriots come-from-behind victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, Brady answered, “I think it's kind of arrogant to say it bothered me when we had a pretty good game, so I wouldn't say that. It's like when Tiger Woods said, ‘That was my C game’ and he won the tournament.”

    So there you have it. A 40-year-old Brady is winning AFC Championships with his C game. Good luck, Eagles; you’re going to need it.

    Also, if for some reason you wanted an update on Justin Thomas' life, it's still awesome:

    Yeah, that's last year's PGA Tour Player of the Year hanging with Cy Young winner Cory Kluber in a suite at the Patriots game and teasing us with a possible #SB2K18 cameo.

    Curtis Strange likes his competitive golf straight up, hold the friendliness.

    This, according to Curtis Strange.

    The two-time U.S. Open champ took to Twitter during the CareerBuilder Challenge to vent his frustration regarding the constant chit-chat and friendliness between Rahm and Andrew Landry:

    This, of course, makes sense in theory. But good luck watching golf – or really any sport – from here on out. Sure there will be a few old school guys who buck the trend here and there, but for the most part, it’s really hard to share a private jet/dinners/vacations/(insert awesome thing here) with someone, and then completely turn off the friendship coming down the stretch of a big tournament.

    Damn millennials. They ruin everything.

    By now you've all seen that poor Philadelphia Eagles fan who lost his battle with a subway station pillar (from multiple angles), so instead here is a video of a man attempting to stand on an egg. Bet you can't guess how that goes.

    Tony's gonna stand on an egg

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    Seriously if you haven't seen the video of that Eagles fan, here's your last chance in this column. You'll be glad you did.

    Jordan Spieth, Michael Phelps and Bryce Harper walk on to a golf course … there’s no punchline, that actually happened last week in Las Vegas.

    Was the whole thing just a big advertisement for Spieth’s new Under Armour shoe? You bet.

    But that doesn’t make the optics of three of the biggest superstar athletes on the planet teeing it up for a round any less awesome.

    Off to the next. #Spieth2 #TEAMUA

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    The trio has three major wins, five All Star Game appearances and 28 Olympic medals between them, and there they were over the weekend just fake laughing for the camera and driving around individual golf carts with their own personalized logos on them.

    Just guys being dudes. Nothing better than that.

    Matt Kuchar. Still good at golf. Still overly polite. This according to European Tour pro Eddie Pepperell who had the privilege of hitting on the range next to Kuuuuuch in Abu Dhabi last week.

    That image is burned into your brain forever now, thanks Eddie. From now on when you think of Kuchar you're going to think of those Sketches ads and "oopsies."

    Which, I suppose is better than a, "Did you get that?"

    Blayne Barber's caddie, Cory Gilmer, collapsed and hit his head while at a restaurant at the Sony Open and has been mostly unconscious in the neurological intensive care unit ever since.

    The outpouring of love and support from the golf community has been overwhelming on social media, and a GoFundMe page has been set up to help with the mounting medical costs for Gilmer and his family.

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    Top-ranked amateur wins LAAC, earns Masters invite

    By Golf Channel DigitalJanuary 23, 2018, 5:38 pm

    Joaquin Niemann walked Augusta National Golf Club as a patron last year. He’ll be a competitor in 2018.

    Niemann, the top-ranked amateur in the world, shot 8-under 63 Tuesday at Prince of Wales Country Club in his native Santiago, Chile, to win the Latin America Amateur Championship.

    And with the title, both redemption and an invitation to the Masters Tournament.

    Full-field scores from the Latin America Amateur Championship

    Niemann finished runner-up in last year’s LAAC to fellow Chilean Toto Gana. He followed Gana around Augusta grounds, watching as his best friend played two rounds before missing the cut.

    Niemann, who was going to turn professional had he not won this week, started the final round one back of Mexico’s Alvaro Ortiz. Niemann was sluggish from the start on Tuesday, but then drove the 313-yard, par-4 eighth and made the eagle putt. That sparked a run of five birdies over his next six holes.

    Niemann was bogey-free in the final round and finished five shots clear of Ortiz, at 11 under.

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    Judges Panel, Host Announced for Wilson Golf's "Driver vs. Driver 2," Premiering This Fall on Golf Channel

    By Golf Channel Public RelationsJanuary 23, 2018, 4:15 pm

    ‘Driver vs. Driver 2 Presented by Wilson Currently in Production; Sports Broadcaster Melanie Collins Returns to Host

    Morning Drive: Driver vs. Driver 2 Judges Announced

    Golf Channel and Wilson Golf announced today the panel of judges and host for the second season of Driver vs. Driver, the innovative television series that follows aspiring golf equipment designers as they compete for the opportunity to have their driver idea or concept transformed into the next great golf driver from Wilson. The show is currently in production and will premiere this fall.

    Joining judge Tim Clarke, President of Wilson Golf, are two newcomers to the series: 9-time National Hockey League (NHL) All-Star and current NHL on NBC hockey analyst Jeremy Roenick – an avid golfer with a single digit handicap and a self-described golf equipment junkie; and PGA Professional, golf coach, equipment reviewer and social media influencer Rick Shiels.

    “Golf is a big passion of mine, and personally I enjoy learning about new equipment and concepts,” said Roenick. “To be able to see this side of the business in how equipment is developed first-hand is fascinating. Being a part of the process in reviewing driver concepts and narrowing them down to an ultimate winning driver that will be sold across the country is a tremendous honor.” 

    “Jeremy, as an avid golfer, and Rick, as a coach, equipment reviewer and golf professional, bring incredible, real world insights and different perspectives to the show and this process,” said Clarke. “I’m excited to work alongside these two judges to push the boundaries of innovation and bring a next-generation driver to golfers around the world.”

    Sports broadcaster Melanie Collins returns as the host of Driver vs. Driver 2. Currently a sideline reporter for CBS Sports’ college football and basketball coverage, Collins hosted the inaugural season in 2016 and formerly co-hosted Golf Channel’s competition series, Big Break.

    Production for Driver vs. Driver 2 began in the fall of 2017 and will continue through the summer, including this week at the PGA Merchandise Show. The series is being produced by Golf Channel, whose portfolio of original productions include interview series Feherty hosted by Emmy-nominated sports personality David Feherty, high-quality instruction shows School of Golf, Golf Channel Academy and Playing Lessons and a slate of award-winning films.

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    Tiger Tracker: Farmers Insurance Open

    By Tiger TrackerJanuary 23, 2018, 4:00 pm

    Tiger Woods is competing in a full-field event for the first time in nearly a year. We're tracking him at this week's Farmers Insurance Open. (Note: Tweets read, in order, left to right)